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Cat scratch disease (CSD) is usually a self-limited disease. Although extremely uncommon, the involvement of the central nervous system has been previously reported in CSD. The intention of this paper is to make physicians aware that CSD could be complicated by encephalopathy. Seizures in some patients could be the only clinical manifestation and are(More)
SZ-Alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency, leading to severe transient neonatal cholestasis with mild hepatitis is rare. In our patient, intrahepatic bile duct hypoplasia was suspected. Since cholecystography and hepatic scintigraphy failed to reveal intrahepatic bile ducts, a diagnostic surgical liver biopsy was performed. Typical intrahepatocytic PAS-positive(More)
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